With the Final Fantasy Pixel Remaster assortment launching for PS4 later this month, we’ll quickly be dwelling in a world the place (nearly) each mainline Final Fantasy recreation shall be playable on both PS4 or PS5 — or each. Once the Pixel Remaster’s 19th April launch date rolls round, solely two titles from Square Enix’s beloved sequence shall be lacking: Final Fantasy XI and Final Fantasy XIII.
XI is clearly a little bit of a misplaced trigger — a now historical MMO that is nonetheless playable (and considerably supported) on PC and cellular, however would doubtless by no means be re-released on present consoles. XIII, nevertheless, makes for a curious dialog. While Lightning’s melodramatic journey is definitely one of the divisive entries in the whole franchise, it is playable over on Xbox Series X|S, thanks Microsoft’s backwards compatibility efforts.
For years now, followers have been questioning why Square Enix hasn’t launched a remastered Final Fantasy XIII assortment. The saga is, in spite of everything, made up of three separate video games, and so that you’d suppose it might be a transparent candidate for such a revival — however then attempting to foretell the actions of Square Enix is borderline unattainable typically.
Still, 13 out of 15 core video games is not unhealthy. Here’s a fast rundown of the entire mainline sequence on PS5 and PS4:
And after all, you can add Final Fantasy XVI to that listing quickly sufficient, as a PS5 unique.
It’s additionally price mentioning that every one of those video games characteristic in our Best Final Fantasy Games listing, wherein the sequence has been ranked and rated by readers. You can have your personal say by visiting the web page: